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  • 17 Aug 2016
    • Stable outlook maintained on Switzerland’s banking system amid solid operating environment
      The stable outlook on the Swiss banking system reflects our expectation of solid operating conditions despite the challenges of low interest rates and house price inflation. Swiss banks continue to have very low problem loan ratios and sound capital buffers, as well as limited reliance on confidence-sensitive capital market funding and adequate loss absorption capacity…Full Report
  • 16 Aug 2016
    • Large UK banks more resilient to weakening commercial real estate sector than during financial crisis
      The UK commercial real estate (CRE) sector will likely continue to weaken following the country's vote to leave the European Union. However, the six largest UK banks will be better able to cope with a deterioration in the sector than during the 2008-09 global financial crisis. A severe deterioration of the CRE sector would likely lead to moderate erosion of regulatory capitalization for Barclays and HSBC Bank and more sizeable declines for Lloyds, Nationwide, Santander UK and RBS…Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Aug 2016
    • GSII regulation to improve Insurers' risk management and capital stability
      Global Systemically Important Insurer (GSII) regulation is credit positive, because the additional regulatory oversight and capital requirements on a group-wide basis will result in improvements to insurers' risk management and the development of contingency plans to restore or protect capitalisation in stress scenarios. We do not expect any broad business model changes or any widespread reaction from groups designated as GSIIs, because these insurers overall hold sufficient buffers to comply with the new regulation... Full Report
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